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“I could have gone to another school to get promoted at my current job, but I came to Wharton to change medicine,” said Dr. Dan Sciubba, WG’21.
Why this Neurosurgeon Came to Wharton’s EMBA Program
Business is not a common major for pre-law students, but Nick Hamilton picked Wharton to prepare him for law school.
This Philly Native Chose Business School and a BS in Economics to Pursue Pre-Law
Mercedee Renz Hutton, WG21, said the EMBA program gave her the knowledge and confidence needed to drive change. It also gave her the opportunity to interview Sundar Pichai, WG’02, CEO of Google and Alphabet, at graduation.
How Wharton is Adding Value for this ESG Executive
A team of students in the Analytics Accelerator were tasked with helping Zillow find new business opportunities in “dreamers,” or site visitors who window shop without ever clicking through to buy or rent.
Finding Business Opportunities in Zillow’s “Dreamers”
Looking at Jason Fan’s accolades — student-athlete, future real estate analyst — you wouldn’t know those weren’t predetermined paths.
Through Trial and Error, This Wharton Undergraduate Found His Own Path
In Wharton Social Impact’s Dollars and Change podcast, Vice Dean Katherine Klein talks with leaders and researchers about the power of business and finance to drive positive societal and environmental change.
2021 Year in Review: Dollars and Change Podcast
The field of gender lens investing is growing. A new report by Wharton Social Impact and Catalyst at Large analyzes data from over 200 funds and shares key numbers and trends.
New Gender Lens Investing Research: Insights from Project Sage 4.0
Holly Logue, WG’20, became general counsel at a startup within six months of starting Wharton’s EMBA program.
How an MBA is Helping this Attorney Achieve Her Career Goals
Ben Kreuzer, W’22, was looking for a course to fulfill a cross-cultural perspective requirement, but the music class ended up sparking a passion for jazz, a love for discovering new music, and a habit of buying record albums at estate sales.
From an Elective to a Newfound Appreciation
Sharon Luo, W’23, is not entirely sure what she wants to do, but she hopes to pursue a career that allows her to combine her interests in finance, media, and technology.
An Undergrad Shares Her Favorite Things About Penn and Wharton
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